22 Educational Institutes Closed Down For Violating SOPs

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  • 18-Sep-2020

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The National Command And Operations Center, NCOC reported that 22 educational institutes from across the country have been closed. According to the details, it has confirmed that these educational institutes were failed to comply with the standard SOPs suggested to reopen the educational institutes. The decision has taken to maintain the standard health instructions that would help to contain the spread of the second wave of Coronavirus.

List Of The Institutes That Are Closed 

It is stated that from the closed educational institutes, 16 are located in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, five are from Azad Jammu & Kashmir, and one institute is located in the capital territory. All these educational institutes are suggested to make the proper strategies and plans to follow the standard SOPs. However, if these institutes will not be able to obey the suggested instructions then they would not be allowed to open. 

Reports From Other Education Institutes

After shutting down these 22 educational institutes, there are some other reports are receiving from other areas of the country. Institute of Business Administration, IBA Karachi has confirmed that almost all the academic activities are temporarily blocked in the campuses after confirming the positive corona cases in some students. While speaking to media, Haris Tohid, the IBA Head of Marketing and Communications told that the possible steps are taking to make the circumstances normal and a press release in this regard will be issued shortly.  At the same time, it has also reported that 03 colleges are shut down in Hyderabad after confirming several covid-19 cases in teaching and non-teaching staff.

The Final Thought

The government is working to conduct the corona tests of the teaching and non-teaching staff in almost all the educational institutes. If the positive cases would report then the academic activities in the education institutes may be declined once again.